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Teacher Helping Student

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How can I get OSAID started in my local school?
First, look over the OSAID website for ideas.  Starting an OSAID group takes three steps:

  • Ask a teacher or guidance counsellor if they are willing to help you start a group at your school.

  • Get some friends interested to help you.

  • Hold a meeting and plan an awareness-raising event at your school (check out the many ideas on this website).


2. What OSAID resources are available?
Resources available include our Provincial Coordinator, peer-support for OSAID members wishing to start or manage an OSAID group at their school, posters, banners, fatal vision goggles, Scholarships, Conferences, Community Resources.


3. How do I contact a students for support and ideas? 
Provincial Youth Advisory Team members can be reached by emailing OSAID office at 


4. What is an OSAID GROUP  ?
An OSAID group is a group of students who work in their school and local community to raise awareness about the dangers of driving impaired. 


5. How can I make a donation to OSAID?
Check out our Donations section.  Donations can be made online, by mail or by telephone.


Want to make a difference?  Want to get involved?  Contact us today!

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